Frank LeGree Singer songwriter vocal coach and record producer
Lives in Atlanta Georgia, raised on the west side of Jacksonville”Duval” Florida played sports running back for New Stanton Blue Devils Football team graduating from high school traveling to New York City
Singing Lead for Soul Explosion, Kudu, Klass, and Tranzit Band all Jacksonville Base dance bands and releasing a single record titled “If you feel it say yeah” with Jacksonvilles own Fruit Band,
Lived in Japan for 20years singing and teaching Music to Japanese people and International audiences and now back in The USA since 2014 singing with Corporate Bands sings at weddings and concerts and recently released a new single called ‘Loves in Need’ a song for the whole world to talk about 2020 summers protest and unjust treatment of blacks and people of color in America

Sharron was raised in a family of 10 singers and pianists – six brothers, one sister, and her parents. She was the soprano in the sibling’s octet – performing at events and churches throughout their Johnston County community as, The Jenkins Family. As a teen, Sharron was the Sunday morning pianist and lead vocalist for a small church in Selma, N.C. During her college years, music became more than an emerging passion, music became Sharron’s ministry. In 1991, Sharron’s vocal talent won her the title Miss National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame (an HBCU campus queen academic/talent competition) and a spot in Jet and Ebony magazine. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, she was one of the lead vocalists for a 12 piece “orchestra-style” jazz band in Chicago called, The Eddie Harrison Band – performing 2 to 3 nights a week at venues and events throughout Chicago. Sharron performed on several televised/radio programs in N.C. and Chicago including WRAL TV morning news, Tarheel Talks TV show, Spiritual Awakening, Gospel Radio, and a brief impromptu performance for Oprah and Simon Cowell on the Oprah Winfrey Show in the mid-1990s.  As a member of Salem Baptist Church of Chicago (over 15,000 members), Sharron sang on the praise team and participated in a gospel music tour in Russia (Riga, Latvia, Liepaja, Daugavpils, Gipka, etc.). 

Although music is her first love, Sharron holds a doctorate’s degree in chemistry and as a scientist/biophysical chemist, she spent most of her twenties in graduate school trying to find a cure for her brother’s (Ebony) neurological disorder, Neurofibromatosis.  But Ebony’s death ushered in a new gift and a new calling on Sharron’s life – suddenly she was hearing and writing songs in her sleep and in her dreams. She began to immerse herself in music as a means to spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. In the early 2000s, she co-led a health and music workshop with Richard Smallwood for an organization called “United for One Cause” (a Mark Hubbard nonprofit) – an event that drew the presence of well-respected artists like Donnie McClurkin and Donald Lawrence. She’s a published author of several textbooks, but Sharron’s first publication, “African American Health Disparities”, included the release of her first recording entitled “The Lord’s Prayer”.  As Sharron began to immerse herself in her music, Borders Books and Music sponsored a series of book signings and live band performances at several of their bookstores in North Carolina and Chicago.  Her unique background landed her a continuous request for workshops, talks shows, public speaking engagements, and televised interviews.

One of Sharron’s first recordings was written and produced by Michael Gray and Tim Gant who were writers for well-known artists like The Backstreet Boys. To date, Sharron has written, produced, and released 10 songs; and the first song “Heaven” was written in a dream, produced by Terry Moore, and released in 2001. Sharron’s single, “Yes”, was released in 2016 and her album “Whoa” was released in 2017.  In 2018, Sharron’s unique musical rendition of Maya Angelou’s Poem, “And Still I Rise” landed her an offer from Cage Bird Legacy and CMG Worldwide to co-author with Maya Angelou the release of Maya’s poem as a song. The new single would be called “Sharron’s And Still I Rise”; and today, the song is featured on Maya Angelou’s official website. So, if you are looking for a new sound. or a little inspiration with a neo-soul Christian vibe, Sharron just might be your muse.  Sharron is a “unique” talent who often states, “Biophysics is my training, but music is my calling”.  Sharron is also one of the newest artists to join the roster of RevNation – a “one-stop-shop” for music management, brokering, and out-sourcing for independent artists.

If you are looking for a little neo-soul, R&B inspiration, you are looking for the up-and-coming, recording artist, Sharron.


“And Still I Rise”

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Ms. Bethany has shared the stage with mainstream gospel artists such as John P. Kee, Jay Moss, Shirley Caesar, Lanette Hawkins- Stephens, Rev. James Moore, Lamar Campbell and Praise, and the Clark Sisters just to name a few.
Bethany has a passion for music, theater,  voiceover, and commercial work, education, and business. She has educated children for over 15 years and has been training soloists, choirs, and groups for over 30 years. Most importantly, Bethany is a devout Christian and loves to spread the good news through her life and song.
Bethany holds a Master of Science in Music Technology and a second master’s in business leadership with a concentration in Human Resources and Business Ethics.  

Beginning her songwriting journey with her husband and producer, Dameon Reeves. The two dedicated time establishing her sound. The chemistry of Brittany’s musical influence and testimony combined with Dameon’ screativity is a match made in Heaven. Brittany is currently in the studio working on something new. “Walk With Me” is an everlasting beginning of more music to come. “Walk With Me is my prayer to God asking him to abide with me always. Especially during times of such uncertainty. God has covered my family, and although we’ve experienced loss he’s protected us and for that I’m so thankful.”

As an only child of a Minister of Music, Destinee’ sang her first solo at the age of 5. At the age of 9, she began attending the Gospel Music Workshop of America where she was exposed to other creatives her age. It was then that a seed to minister to God’s people was planted and started to grow.

Over the years, she sang background vocals for other artists, but felt a pull to step out of the background and into the spotlight as a Gospel Artist. After running from her God-given purpose for so long, she has finally accepted who God called her to be and is using her voice for His glory.

Destinee’ currently participates in Upon This Rock: The Passion Play as a soloist and ensemble member. She has also been given many opportunities as a featured artist in surrounding churches and has sung under local & national recording artists such as Tasha Page Lockhart & Amber Bullock.

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Potential Music is a contemporary Christian worship ministry from Potential Church in Miami, Florida. Potential Music began as the musical arm of Potential Church, a multi-site church, under the leadership of Pastor Troy Gramling. Helmed by Pastor Andre Butler, they focus on producing worship songs and albums that are largely written and recorded by members of their Artist Collective.

The group is part church, part publishing house, part label, and home to singers, groups, musicians, and songwriters like Andre Butler, Preston Stephens, William Thomas, Ryan Classe, Zea Classe, Roslyn Peralta, and many others.

Since emerging in 2020, Potential Music has released their debut single, “Into The Deep, in July, 2021.

Andre Butler is an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter, originally hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An esteemed United States Air Force Veteran and member of the Air Force Honor Guard, Andre left the armed services to focus on his true passion: music. In 2019 Andre’s dream of sharing the joy of Jesus Christ through song led him to sign with Rev3aled Music as a solo artist. Andre’s first single, “No More Shadows,” was released in August of 2019. In October of that year, he released his debut album, Moments, and embarked on the first leg of his world tour, cultivating an atmosphere of worship and sharing his music across Kenya. 

Just before beginning the European leg of the Moments Tour, the COVID-19 Pandemic forced Andre to cancel all upcoming shows. Seeing a world in turmoil and darkness, Andre set out to share the hope and peace he found in Jesus Christ. He began working on his second album, Hope in Chaos (2020). The record debuted at number eight on the Christian iTunes charts. In 2020, Andre became the Creative Arts Pastor of Potential Church in Miami, Florida. There, he uses music and worship services to expand and strengthen the Kingdom of Christ on Earth.  

Andre’s passion is making music, and whether he’s playing the guitar on stage, recording in the studio, or just singing with his family, his goal is to create music that can change the world and shift focus back to God. When he’s not at church or in the studio, Andre enjoys watching movies and relaxing with his family. He is a proud husband and the father of five glorious children

Sjuwana Springfield has her roots in the great state of Alabama, home to hundreds if not thousands of gospel artists that go from community to community spreading good southern gospel music.   Born and raised in a religious environment, Sjuwana was always part of this culture.  She formed her group, “Sjuwana and the Children of God” in 1992, in the Cincinnati area.  The group today consists primarily of family members who sing and play instruments.  Members include, Joellyn Bivens, Anthony Gray, Christavious Gray, Kameishia Black, INdiya Black and Darius Byers.

In 1997, Sjuwana Byers and the Children of God signed with internationally acclaimed Jamalar Agency and Rampart Street Music, a roots music agency and record label located New Orleans.  They have multiple recording projects under their musical belts.  “Just Havin’ Church”, released in 1999, topped radio charts in Florida, Alabama, Colorado, Tennessee, Ohio and the Carolinas with their hit single “Nobody’s Fault”, while their second release, “Alive in Greenville”, did equally well with regional radio and expanded their footprint.  2005 saw the release of “Pick Up The Pieces”, Sjuwana’s prayer that post Katrina New Orleans and her survivors will be able to pick-up-the-pieces and come back better and stronger.  In 2010, they released Alive In Cincinnati, which included the hit single “After The Storm.”  IN 2016, they completed a live recording that will be released in 2017.The group’s song writing, and performance style is not at all typical.    In fact, it’s quite unique, especially in today’s industry.  Their music is deep-rooted, traditional and gritty; much like groups from the 1950’s, such as The Caravans the Davis Sisters.  Yet with a contemporary twist. 

Over the years, Sjuwana Byers and Children of God have received numerous awards and accolades.  Some of these include Best New Artist of the Year (1998) from the American Gospel Festival in Birmingham, Alabama, Best Artist Award (2006) from the Ester Wooten Gospel Quartet Convention and Best Gospel Quartet (2010) from the “I Hear Music Awards.”  They have performed across the United States, as well as abroad in places like Italy, Spain, Germany and France.

Nah-Tarsha Cherry, at the age of three got on the stage with her mother and other adults upon the discovery that God had blessed her with a voice. This gift was undeniable to everyone around her and she went on to hold soprano in her mothers’ various gospel groups and choirs. By age ten, Nah-Tarsha performed with Gospel legends such as the Oneal twins and backing up Savoy recording artist Dorothy Bloat and Dorothy Norwood. She went on to receive a standing ovation at Harlem’s famous Apollo by the time she was ten years old.

Nah-Tarsha had entered a junior high performing arts school continuing her exposure to different genres of music and also performing at venues such as the Cotton Club, The Savoy Manor and the Sweetwater’s Supper Club, having backed up TV actress Charnele Brown from the TV series “A Different World”. Although her first love was music, by the time she had turned fifteen years old she had taken an interest in acting and was an extra in the motion picture “Lean on Me”. In High School she went on to create a gospel choir and that year received an achievement award for the town of Southampton, New York. After attending “five towns college,” a music college based in Long Island for a year she continued allowing God to use her voice and the anointing that he had placed in her.

In 1998 she got her first starring role in the off-Broadway gospel play “After All These Years”. She also went on to record several albums with her mother, which earned some airplay, and in 2006 was a part of the “Bobby Jones Gospel Summit 2006”. During this time Nah-Tarsha started to become clear that God was calling her into the ministry and in 2007 finally answered her call. God has seen fit to take this woman into the next level of her ministry. As she continues to be a blessingto the body of Christ, there has never been an audience that has not experienced that when she opens up her mouth, God truly has his hand on her. She sings with passion and conviction and is sure to be infectious to all that are around. In the words of the artist “Only what you do for Christ will last.” In 2011 her EP “Glad” was released receiving airplay in New York, Maryland, and California. In 2013 Nah-Tarsha Cherry released her new single “Strong “on iTunes, Google play and Amazon mp3 as well as a music video which can be seen on YouTube and Gospel Video TV and her commercials appeared nationally on BET and the OWN network.

In 2014 Nah-tarsha Cherry was featured in the April/May issue of Gospel USA, in an article named CHERRY ON TOP. She was one the recipients ofthe Lehigh Valley Soul Music Awards in the gospel category as well as a Leap of Faith Award for her work with the youth. The highly anticipated album “They that wait” was released in December 2014 on Itunes, Google play, Amazon mp3 as well as other online stores. Nah-tarsha Cherry’s “Even Me” video came out in January 2015, dedicating this video and album to her mother and manager the late Pastor D.E. Wright, having transitioned in July 2014.

¨ Received Lehigh Valley Soul Award” (Gospel Category) 2014

¨ First Gospel Act 90 minute performance at Musikfest” Aug. 2016

¨ Performed at various events during the Stellar Awards Week, Las Vegas” March 2017


RevNation, a consultation, brokering, and out-sourcing company for Independent music artists, RevNationMusic.

In essence, RevNation is the independent artists’ one-stop shop to present as professional as possible but within the constructs of an up-coming Indie artist financial budget. RevNation was birthed out of the 2020 pandemic challenge which created many challenges for those in the music industry and especially Independent music artist contractors. Today, RevNation is committed to work hard for our clients and to help create opportunities for not only our clients to continue to operate in this new social climate but to thrive in it as well!

Welcome to RevNationMusic, a consultation, brokering and out-sourcing company for Independent music artists or better known as “Indie Artists’ Number 1 Pusher”! 

RevNation offers serious Independent music artists on the move with professional consultation, which spans over 30 years of music industry experience along with high quality out-sourcing and brokering opportunities.

Specializing in areas of radio promotions, studio productions, booking, management, strategic branding, high quality and affordable video production as well as consultation of distribution, marketing, and social media strategy. We also offer consultation for natural vocal health.

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At Greater Works our mission is to lead the community to a growing relationship with Christ. We hope to create a community that lives by faith and loves beyond limits meaning trusting and surrendering to God and loving in such a way that people feel special. We are a Spirit led ministry sharing Christ’s grace with the broken, rejected and lost.  We are a bible based grace-centered place of worship that values relationship over religion. We believe that when people of God gather miraculous things can and should happen. God, through his son Jesus Christ, has given us all gifts that fulfill both our spiritual and practical needs, so that we may live a joyful and abundant life. Come experience sincere worship and a message that inspires. Be a part of something great. Join us and learn to “Live Greater”!

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